New Editor In Chief of the Columbia Law Review


Posted on February 23rd, 2009 by Katherine Franke
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clr_logoAs an update to my earlier post on possible gender bias in Notes selection process at the most elite law reviews, I was delighted todevi learn today that Devi Rao has been elected the next Editor in Chief of the Columbia Law Review!  She is hard at work on a very smart and important note titled: “Making Medical Assistance Available”:  Enforcing the Medicaid Act’s Availability Provision Through § 1983 Litigation, the idea for which she generated in my § 1983 class last fall.

Congratulations to Devi and to the law review for such a wonderful choice.

– Katherine Franke

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